# What is the probability of getting a king in a deck of cards?

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## What is the probability of getting a king in a deck of cards?

Hence for drawing a card from a deck, each outcome has probability 1/52. The probability of an event is the sum of the probabilities of the outcomes in the event, hence the probability of drawing a spade is 13/52 = 1/4, and the probability of drawing a king is 4/52 = 1/13.

**What is the probability that all three cards are a king?**

If you draw again, there are now 51 cards in the deck and 3 of them are kings, so your chance of a king is 3/51.

### What is the probability of pulling a king out of 52 cards?

**What is the probability that when 3 cards are pulled from a pack of cards without replacement we get 1 king 1 queen and 1 jack?**

The probability that these are one king, one queen and one jack is. Total number of cards = 52.

#### What is the probability of drawing 3 Kings without replacement?

There are (43) ways to choose 3 Kings. So our probability is (43)/(523). Or else imagine taking out the cards one at a time. The probability the first card taken out was a King is 452.

**What is the probability of drawing 3 Kings in a row without replacement?**

Assuming no replacement,first King is 4/52 , second is 3/51 and third is 2/50 probability respectively.

## What is the probability of a jack in a deck of cards?

Find the probability of: In a playing card there are 52 cards. Number of favourable outcomes i.e. ‘2’ of spades is 1 out of 52 cards. Number of favourable outcomes i.e. ‘a jack’ is 4 out of 52 cards.

**What is the probability of drawing an ace king and Jack?**

Since a standard deck of playing cards has 4 Aces, 4 Kings and 4 Jacks, the number of ways of choosing an Ace, a King and a Jack would be ( 4 1) × ( 4 1) × ( 4 1) = 64 So the probability of drawing an Ace, a King and a Jack at random from a standard deck of playing cards would be 64 22100 = 16 5525.

### What is the probability of getting a king or a queen?

Total number of king is 4 out of 52 cards. Total number of queen is 4 out of 52 cards Number of favourable outcomes i.e. ‘a king or a queen’ is 4 + 4 = 8 out of 52 cards. Therefore, probability of getting ‘a king or a queen’

**What is the number of favourable outcomes in a deck of cards?**

Number of favourable outcomes i.e. ‘a jack’ is 4 out of 52 cards. Number of favourable outcomes i.e. ‘a king of red colour’ is 2 out of 52 cards. Number of favourable outcomes i.e. ‘a card of diamond’ is 13 out of 52 cards. Total number of king is 4 out of 52 cards.